Department of Numbers

COVID-19 Case Statistics by State

The data below show COVID-19 case statistics as of Tuesday May 26 2020. Data is provided by the COVID Tracking Project. Click on a heading to sort or a state name for more testing data as well as historical data.

State Total
Cases
Total
Cases
per 1M
Daily
Positives
(7d Avg)
Daily
Positives
per 1M
(7d Avg)
Total
Deaths
Total
Deaths
per 1M
Daily
Deaths
(7d Avg)
Daily
Deaths
per 1M
(7d Avg)
US 1,671,035 5,036 21,398 64.5 93,093 280.6 1003.3 3.02
Alabama 15,396 3,140 431 88.0 575 117.3 10.1 2.07
Alaska 411 562 2 2.3 10 13.7 0.0 0.0
Arizona 16,783 2,306 317 43.5 807 110.9 14.7 2.02
Arkansas 6,180 2,048 180 59.5 119 39.4 2.4 0.8
California 96,733 2,448 2,134 54.0 3,814 96.5 68.6 1.74
Colorado 24,269 4,214 295 51.3 1,333 231.5 15.6 2.7
Connecticut 41,303 11,585 410 115.1 3,769 1,057.1 42.4 11.9
Delaware 9,066 9,310 147 151.0 335 344.0 4.4 4.55
DC 8,334 11,809 129 182.2 440 623.5 5.7 8.1
Florida 52,255 2,433 759 35.3 2,338 108.9 29.9 1.39
Georgia 43,730 4,119 716 67.4 1,871 176.2 29.6 2.79
Hawaii 643 454 0 0.3 17 12.0 0.0 0.0
Idaho 2,626 1,469 24 13.7 79 44.2 0.7 0.4
Illinois 113,195 8,933 2,166 171.0 4,923 388.5 77.7 6.13
Indiana 32,078 4,765 482 71.6 2,004 297.7 25.7 3.82
Iowa 17,703 5,611 336 106.6 478 151.5 15.1 4.8
Kansas 9,218 3,164 125 43.0 188 64.5 2.1 0.74
Kentucky 8,571 1,918 72 16.1 391 87.5 3.6 0.8
Louisiana 38,054 8,186 431 92.7 2,701 581.0 17.1 3.69
Maine 2,109 1,569 53 39.1 79 58.8 0.9 0.64
Maryland 47,687 7,888 877 145.1 2,333 385.9 36.0 5.95
Massachusetts 93,693 13,482 824 118.6 6,473 931.4 76.4 11.0
Michigan 55,104 5,518 393 39.4 5,266 527.3 35.6 3.56
Minnesota 21,960 3,894 704 124.9 908 161.0 21.6 3.82
Mississippi 13,731 4,614 290 97.3 652 219.1 14.0 4.7
Missouri 12,291 2,003 173 28.2 686 111.8 10.0 1.63
Montana 479 448 1 1.1 17 15.9 0.1 0.13
Nebraska 12,355 6,387 247 127.8 150 77.5 3.6 1.85
Nevada 7,997 2,596 136 44.1 396 128.6 4.4 1.44
New Hampshire 4,197 3,087 78 57.3 210 154.4 5.4 3.99
New Jersey 155,764 17,537 964 108.6 11,191 1,259.9 86.4 9.73
New Mexico 7,026 3,351 133 63.4 320 152.6 7.1 3.41
New York 363,836 18,703 1,570 80.7 23,564 1,211.3 103.0 5.29
North Carolina 24,140 2,302 634 60.5 766 73.0 10.7 1.02
North Dakota 2,422 3,178 61 80.2 54 70.9 1.3 1.69
Ohio 33,006 2,824 579 49.5 2,002 171.3 40.3 3.45
Oklahoma 6,137 1,551 93 23.4 318 80.4 3.4 0.87
Oregon 3,967 941 34 8.2 148 35.1 1.1 0.27
Pennsylvania 68,637 5,361 710 55.5 5,152 402.4 75.4 5.89
Puerto Rico 3,324 1,041 74 23.2 129 40.4 0.7 0.22
Rhode Island 14,210 13,414 180 169.8 634 598.5 14.6 13.75
South Carolina 10,416 2,023 194 37.7 446 86.6 6.7 1.3
South Dakota 4,653 5,260 81 91.7 50 56.5 0.6 0.65
Tennessee 20,965 3,068 370 54.1 343 50.2 5.4 0.79
Texas 56,560 1,951 950 32.8 1,536 53.0 23.9 0.82
Utah 8,620 2,689 177 55.1 101 31.5 3.0 0.94
Vermont 967 1,550 3 5.3 54 86.5 0.0 0.0
Virginia 39,342 4,609 1,028 120.5 1,236 144.8 27.9 3.26
Washington 20,065 2,635 140 18.4 1,070 140.5 9.7 1.28
West Virginia 1,854 1,035 49 27.5 74 41.3 0.9 0.48
Wisconsin 15,863 2,724 425 73.1 517 88.8 7.1 1.23
Wyoming 850 1,469 12 20.7 13 22.5 0.4 0.74